Visual Arts

OPEN HOUSE AT THE NEIL BALKWILL CIVIC ARTS CENTRE: Workshops and Community Showcase of Student Art

Monday May 20, 2019 at Kick Off Picnic

12:30 – 3:30pm

Note: Renovations to the Balkwill Centre building will restrict access to some areas. Entrance will be through the back door (north door) only. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Visit the studios for some all-ages fun with hands-on art and craft activities, including “Comic Jam” drawing with Christine Moleski.

On display: CVAF Community showcase presenting work by local students.

OPEN HOUSE AT THE NEIL BALKWILL CIVIC ARTS CENTRE: Art Gallery of Regina presents Art Exhibition; Workshop

On Exhibition: May 14 to July 3, 2019

"Almost River" a photographic installation by Gabriela Garcia-Luna on the Saskatchewan River Delta.

Monday May 20, 2019 at Kick Off Picnic

12:30 – 2pm AGR Workshop: “Shadow Stories”

Drop into the gallery to use props, light and shadow, plus drawing materials to stage and draw your own story!

Family Lantern Workshop at Regina Public Library, Connaught Branch

7pm on Tuesday May 21, 2019

3435 13th Ave please register online with the RPL

Use simple materials to make decorative lanterns to carry in the Share Your Light Lantern Walk on Thursday.

Art on the Fence: Gallery on 14th presents “Share Your Light!”

2178 Montague St at 14th Ave

All week long: Pop-up installation along the fence features creative work by local students

4:30 – 5:30pm on Wednesday May 22, 2019

Meet the artists and community hosts after school on Wednesday

Thursday night on 13th Ave: Explore the Village

5 – 10pm Thursday May 23, 2019

Enjoy the evening exploring the shops and businesses of the Cathedral Village while 13th Ave lights up with a lantern walk, light based sculptures by the artists of Nuit Blanche presented in partnership with SaskInteractive. Check out concerts, late night shopping, in-store specials, and more--Join the fun and shop local!

Garage Gallery: Yellow Argyle Art Garage presents "Eleven Sons" drawings by William Bessai-Saul

2261 Argyle St (to access garage from 15th Ave, turn north into the first alley west of Elphinstone St)

4 – 7pm on Thursday May 23, 2019

Eleven Sons by William Bessai-Saul is a series of portraits inspired by Kafka, and other funny 20th century things. All ages welcome

Garage Gallery: “Life” A Neighbours and Friends Art Show by Kate Fisher and Kelli Freezen

2159 Retallack St (access this garage gallery from 13th Ave, turn south into alley just before Retallack St)

5 – 9pm on Thursday May 23, 2019

Life features new work by Kate Fisher and Kelli Freezen, with live music by Aaron Freezen. All ages welcome

Share Your Light Lantern Walk and Drop-In Dance Workshop at Regina Public Library, Connaught Branch

Thursday May 23, 2019

3435 13th Ave

7:30pm New Dance Horizons Mini-Dance Workshop (all ages)

Limber up for the Share Your Light lantern walk and learn some new moves! Drop in for a mini-dance workshop with the artists of New Dance Horizons. No experience necessary—just bring your sense of fun!

8pm Lantern Walk (all ages)

Bring a lantern, flashlight, glowsticks, or other safe forms of light. It’s World Turtle Day, and the Turtle Dancers from New Dance Horizons will lead us in a leisurely stroll down 13th Ave to the grassy lot just east of the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre, on 13th at Retallack St.

SKNAC Art Auction Preview Exhibition and Art Book Sale

Friday May 24, 5-9pm & Saturday May 25, 10am-6pm

Westminster Church Hall 3025 13th Ave (access via Cameron St)

Love art? Drop in for the Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting annual art book sale and auction preview with over 100 artworks by Saskatchewan's finest: Michael Lonechild, Ernest Luthi, Maria Gakovic, Dorothy Martin, Robert Newton Hurley, Catherine Perehudoff, Angela Morgan, Wee Lee; and hundreds of new and used books on Saskatchewan art and artists.

SKNAC's Online Art Auction has over 250 artworks on offer from Saskatchewan collectors, and from local charities including Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Creative Kids, Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers, and Briercrest. A large percentage of the auction proceeds are donated to charity. Online bidding closes Saturday June 1st, 2019. Details and more at:


10am – 5pm Craft Sale, Artists Demos and more

Our Street Fair brings together hundreds of local artists and craftspeople into one amazing market. As you walk through the fair, there will be special pop up performances and demos throughout the day. Meet local artists, crafters, food vendors, and buskers. Check out our Cathedral Area businesses and community spaces.

Meet the artist, Cynthia Coleclough

Traditions Handcraft Gallery 2718 13th Ave

Cynthia Coleclough is a Métis artist of Ojibwa descent. During StreetFair, Coleclough will demo her new work in miniature sculpture with polymer clay, inspired by nature, magic and whimsy.

Holophon Audio Arts: Drone Day 2019

10am – 5pm

The Artesian 2627 13th Ave

Check out this annual international celebration of drone music, which mixes musical genres and sound performances throughout the day. Step inside the Artesian for a slow and evolving acoustic experience that will be a counterpoint to the bustle and energy outside. Come and go, stay as long as you like.

"Make your Mark” Mural wall

13th ave at Brandies & Sinfully Sweet Cathedral Bakery (west alley)

Stop by during Saturday Streetfair and say hi! For the past 17 years, Josh Goff and the 11 Hooks crew have painted an original mural in our community. The crew has grown and changed over the years, and some of the artists now work internationally. To create this project, the artists volunteer their time and creative vision; materials are sponsored by the CVAF and community donors. This year’s mural brings both new ideas and reflection, as we are looking ahead to developing new projects at future festivals.